"Weston-upon-Trent Church, St Andrew, is a handsome structure, in the early English style of the 13th century, but has undergone considerable alterations. The north aisle was taken down in 1685, and was not rebuilt until 1825, when the chancel was also rebuilt. The spire was rebuilt in 1829, and various restorations made in the interior of the church. The tower, the arches of the nave, and the east window, retain their original character.
The vicarage is in the alternate patronage of JN Lane, Esq, and the Rev C Inge, and incumbency of the Rev Samuel Platt, MA."
[From History, Gazetteer and Directory of Staffordshire, William White, Sheffield, 1851)
A view of St Andrew's Church (1).
A view of St Andrew's Church (2).